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The energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges in securing talent


Date: Wednesday 10 July
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Via Zoom

The UK energy sector stands at a pivotal juncture, facing the dual challenge of a significant skills gap and evolving immigration laws that impact the workforce. With an estimated 200,000 additional workers needed to drive the energy transition and secure long-term energy security, businesses must adapt swiftly to remain competitive and compliant.

The recent rise in salary thresholds for sponsored workers and the substantial increase in fines for illegal employment underscore the urgency for robust HR procedures. As we anticipate potential shifts in government and policy, it's crucial for businesses to stay informed and prepared.

Join us for an informative webinar with immigration practitioner, Shradha Virji (Managing Associate), who will provide valuable insights into navigating the complexities of right to work legislation and the changing landscape of migrant worker sponsorship. This session will cover:

  • The latest updates in right to work legislation and their implications for your business.
  • Best practices for conducting right to work checks and maintaining meticulous records.
  • Strategies for identifying valid documentation and avoiding common errors.
  • Managing complex right to work scenarios.
  • An overview of the recent changes to the sponsorship system.
  • A forward-looking analysis of post-election immigration policies and their potential impact on the sector.

Don't miss this opportunity to equip your business with the knowledge and tools to thrive in a changing regulatory environment. Stay ahead of the curve and ensure your workforce strategy is resilient and future-proof.

Event details

Date: Wednesday 10 July
11:00am - 12:00pm
Via Zoom

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